Talent Match South East has been working in collaboration with Ideas Test and Benjamin Film Photography to deliver a 6-week photographic project in Swale. These photographs, taken by young people, are being shown in a special one-day exhibition at No.34 on Tuesday 19th June between 11am and 4pm. The project was for those who had been out of… Continue Reading
Come and see some of Luddenham School’s imaginative creations, made during Children’s Art Week at this special one-day exhibition at No.34.
Across May and June, we are exhibiting Medway artist Marissa Mardon’s new work – a painting entitled Landing at Dawn. It depicts the 5th Brigade Headquarters and Signal Squadron landing at San Carlos Water on the west coast of East Falkland on 2nd June 1982.
Material Conversations is an exploratory collaboration between Kent artists, Matt Bray and Wendy Daws.
Fragility and Tension expresses the emotions and physical sensations experienced from living with depression, chronic pain and chronic fatigue syndrome. This is shown through the choice of materials, and the form of the piece, as the weight of the semi porcelain slip pulls on the webs of wild silk.
Photographer Simon Martin returns, one year on, to turn No.34 into a temporary portrait studio, as part of his ongoing project about Sittingbourne – Your Town.
The resulting photographs will be exhibited at No.34 throughout December and into January 2018.
Replay is a performance and an exhibition. On Saturday 4 November, Philippa will use the window at No 34 like a camera lens, playing with ideas of being hidden and being visible. The exhibition can be seen throughout November at No.34.
Replay is an exhibition and performance. Philippa will use the window at No 34 like a camera lens, playing with ideas of being hidden and being visible.
Wendy Daws new art work Enbosu (‘to emboss’ in Japanese) explores the concept of memory and interpretation through touch. Enbosu is a rare tactile, texture rich exhibition. You are actively invited to touch and feel the work. The marks made by your fingers give the work new life, adding a layer of story to its existence. It gives us a unique insight into Wendy’s fascination with materials, and her interest in sight loss and the experiences of visually impaired artists.